MWH and its subcontractor, Scottish Water, will work within the authority's asset affairs directorate to generate and deploy the drainage asset management programme. The aim is to help enhance levels of drainage services provided to all residents and businesses throughout Qatar.
The programme is part of Qatar’s National Vision 2030 infrastructure investments, which include highways, interchanges, railways, utilities and related services in response to the country’s growing economy and population and decision that it will host the FIFA 2022 World Cup.
During the programme, MWH Global will manage the full operation and maintenance of all drainage assets including the wastewater treatment and collection systems, treated sewage effluent systems, stormwater and surface groundwater systems.
“MWH is bringing together a team of international experts and the latest asset management technology to help the Qatar Public Works Authority achieve its rapid expansion plans and develop this significant wet infrastructure project,” said Alan Krause, MWH Global president and CEO.